St Mary's Catholic Church (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... noon and 5.15pm(first mass of Sunday) Sundays~10.15 and 12 noon. Priest~ Canon Denis Clinch Mulberry Street, Manchester, M2 6NL http://hiddengem.catholicfaith.co.uk / Situated off Brazennose Street opposite the main entrance to The Town Hall, Albert Square. Alternatively just "off" John Dalton Street through Tasle Alley . It has disabled access and is deemed "child friendly". There is no car park available attached to the church. The priests house is situated next door to the church. The roof was replaced in 1833 by "cowboy builders" amazing they even exsisted all those years ago and virtually the whole roo... more
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by - written on 22/08/09, updated on 22/08/09 (Very useful, 297 readings)
I have read reviews about beautiful churches around the world and have infact visited quite a few myself, I must admit I do Love the atmosphere and exquisite architecture usually associated with places of worship. This lead to me placing a "suggestion" for my favourite Church to date and its located in Manchester City Centre. I feel nervous now, as I really feel I must do this gorgeous little church justice. St Marys Roman Catholic Church ~Affectionately known as ~ The Hidden Gem Why The Hidden Gem? Simply because such a place of undeniable beauty with such a powerful atmosphere within is located in what was years ... Read the complete review
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